Upcoming Events

July 13 & 14, 2024
Field Provincials - Outdoor range
Register by July 4, 2024 using 2M with the following links:

Target & Field (both): https://2mev.com/#!/series/2024-saa-outdoor-provincial-target-field-championships

Target Only: https://2mev.com/#!/events/2024-saa-outdoor-provincial-target-championship

Field Only: https://2mev.com/#!/events/2024-saa-outdoor-provincial-field-championship

    Schedule of Events for Provincials:

    Friday July 12th 2024
    5 - 7 pm Registration & Equipment Inspection
    5 - 7 pm Practice Field open

    Saturday July 13th 2024
    8 - 9 am Registration & Equipment Inspection
    8 - 9 am Practice Field open
    9:00 am Opening Ceremonies
    9:30 am Target Round 1
    1:00 pm Target Round 2
    3:30 pm Awards
    5:00 pm Practice Field closed

    Sunday July 14th 2024
    8 - 9:30 am Registration & Equipment Inspection
    8 - 9:30 am Practice Field open
    10:00 am Field Round
    3:30 pm Awards & Closing

    Location: Thunderhead Outdoor Archery range (Google Maps)
    10 km east of Delisle #766 & 3080





Forms & Scoresheets:

Scott's Shootout - Outdoor Edition: Scott's Shootout - Indoor Edition:

Scott's Shootout

A Double Elimination Fun Shoot with Handicap Scoring

Handicap elimination scoring is a method used in archery competitions to even out the playing field between competitors of different skill levels. In this scoring system, each archer is given a handicap score based on their skill level. This handicap score is added to their actual score at the end of the round.

For example, if an archer with a handicap score of 5 shoots a score of 80, their total score for that round would be 85 (80 + 5). Meanwhile, an archer with a handicap score of 0 who shoots a score of 80 would have a total score of 80.

The handicap scores are determined based on an archer's previous performances in competitions or rounds. The idea is to give less experienced or less skilled archers a chance to compete on a more level playing field with more experienced or skilled archers.

As the competition progresses, the archers with the lowest total scores (actual score + handicap score) are eliminated until a winner is determined. This scoring system helps to create a more exciting and competitive environment in archery competitions, and it also allows archers of all skill levels to participate and enjoy the sport.

Archer's Gauntlet Fun Shoot

Contact Us

Thunderhead Archers
302-1st Street West
Delisle, Saskatchewan

Call (306) 493-7738

Email: thunderheadarchers@gmail.com

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